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  • Tuesday, 22 October 2013

    Communities and Local Government Secretary, Eric Pickles' fixation with free parking risks selling our high streets short, says our policy and research coordinator, Rachel Lee.

  • Friday, 18 October 2013

    It doesn’t seem like a year since the first LSTF funded Walk to School outreach projects began, but it is and, as they say on Strictly, the results are in!

  • Thursday, 17 October 2013

    Everyone at Living Streets is cock-a-hoop today after picking up a Highly Commended award in the Charity Times Award's best charity category last night.

  • Wednesday, 16 October 2013

    Commenting on reports in the Daily Mail today[1] (16 October 2013) that councils would be issuing more recycling bins to households, Living Streets’ Chief Executive, Tony Armstrong said: 

  • Wednesday, 16 October 2013

    On 20 November we'll be launching the next phase of our Smarter Crossings campaign. Supporter and marketing coordinator, Ruth, would love you to join us!

  • Thursday, 10 October 2013

    To mark World Mental Health Day, teacher Maria Costa retraces her steps to a clearer head.

  • Wednesday, 9 October 2013

    Public affairs and policy manager Kevin Golding-Williams shares his views on the party conferences - and what they mean for pedestrian campaigning, post-reshuffle.

  • Tuesday, 8 October 2013

    Students from Percy Hedley College in Newcastle upon Tyne have produced, directed and starred in a new video which shows the day-to-day difficulties faced by young people in wheelchairs crossing busy roads. Tyne and Wear Schools Coordinator, Michele Deans, introduces Inaccessible - Unacceptable.

  • Tuesday, 8 October 2013

    Living Streets and the Blackburn with Darwen CONNECT project hosted a second Walk to Work event on 20 September 2013. Living Streets North West Project Coordinator Simon Harrison tells us more.

  • Thursday, 3 October 2013

    Having already attended the Lib Dem and Labour party conferences, our Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Kevin Golding Williams, will be wrapping up a busy few weeks by hosting a fringe event at the Conservative party conference in Manchester. Find out what he's been up to - and what's still in store.